Taking place festively and auspiciously is the atmosphere of Kris and Gemstone Exchange entitled The Heritage held by Bali Travel News at the Wantilan Hall of Bali TV. Various types of kris and gemstones are on display and for sale to general public. Other than ordinary kris and gemstones, some of them are considered to have magical power.
It was not only visited by hobbyists of gemstones, but also ordinary people. Among them, there were hotel employees, civil servants and private company employees. Even though it is not as busy as the exhibition in the Bali Arts Festival, the exchange that lasted for three days (Apr. 1-3) could also draw many visitors every day.
Have you ever been to Neka Art Museum? The museum is located in the tourist area of Ubud. The museum having become a tourist attraction draws many travelers. It was established in 1978 and inaugurated by the Minister of Education and Culture Daoed Joesoef on July 7, 1982. In the jubilee of the Neka Art Museum (July 7, 2007), the museum belonging to Pande Wayan Neka Suteja is equipped with the collection of kris dagger.
The artist Nyoman Erawan held a solo exhibition at the Griya Santrian Gallery, Sanur. This time the maestro exhibited a total of 32 works consisting of seven three-dimensional works, 25 two-dimensional works made on paper medium by acrylic paint and ink. An amazing video installation art was also presented at the opening. Nyoman Erawan made collaboration with Asok Negara.
Buddha Shakyamuni of India held an exhibition entitled “Buddha-Cãrikã—in the Footsteps of the Shakyamuni Buddha” at the Agung Rai Museum of Arts (ARMA) Ubud, (Feb. 27). Opening of the prestigious exhibition was carried out by the Deputy Governor of Bali, I Ketut Sudikerta, with the Indian Ambassador to Indonesia and Timor-Leste Mr. Gurjit Singh. The exhibition is opened to the public until March 10, 2015.
On Thursday (January 22), Bale Banjar Bali Global Shankara held the official opening of an art space dedicated to showcasing artists from Indonesia in general and Bali in particular. The first exibition to be held at Shankara Art Space (#7 Jalan Danau Toba, Sanur) is titled ‘Jaga Jagat’ and features around 25 paintings and sculptures by I Made Somadita and Antonius Kho. The exibition will run for one month, from January 22 until Febuary 22.
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